Windermere is asking for the support and understanding of our visitors in helping us minimise the risk of COVID-19.
Windermere continues to take guidance from Public Health England and the Boarding Schools’ Association. Taking this into account, we are now limiting access to the site to essential visitors only. If you are unsure as to whether your proposed visit is considered essential, please email the School Reception, firstname.lastname@example.org
If your visit to Windermere is an essential one, we would nevertheless ask that you refrain from visiting if:
Along with all members of the Windermere community, any visitors to the School should wash their hands with soap and water before leaving home and once they arrive at Windermere. Gel hand sanitiser will also be available on arrival and throughout your visit.
For the avoidance of potential embarrassment, we would also like to advise you that the School is currently operating a ‘no handshake’ policy for all members of its community.
We apologise for not being able to give you our usual warm welcome, but we must take the current situation very seriously and look after the welfare of our pupils and staff.
If you have any questions, please contact the member of staff you were due to visit.
The first time my daughter and I visited the school she said to me “that is a happy school no question.” The scholastic achievements of the school are evident and an easy measure for a school to demonstrate. What is hard to quantify is the holistic development of a pupil at which, in my experience, Windermere School excels.
Windermere School is such a unique community to be a part of. Not only is it based in a truly beautiful and inspiring national park, but the environment created by staff and students alike makes for an incredibly supportive, proactive, exciting and international place of learning in which everyone can thrive and be the best they can be.